Hydrogen research

New findings for clean hydrogen

Scientists at Curtin University have made a discovery with potentially far-reaching implications for future large-scale clean hydrogen production.  Research has identified a new, cheaper, and more efficient electrocatalyst to make green hydrogen from water. Traditionally, scientists have been using precious metal catalysts such as platinum to accelerate the reaction to break water into hydrogen and …
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Australian Government steps up hydrogen funding

Prime Minister Scott Morrison said the government would provide an extra $150 million in funding for feasibility studies and the construction of hydrogen hubs. Funding will be used to develop a further two locations under the Clean Hydrogen Industrial Hubs program, bringing the total hydrogen hubs from five regional sites up to seven.  The seven …
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Hazer Group

Hazer releases details for share purchase plan

Hazer Group confirmed that the letter to shareholders and offer booklet, related to the share purchase plan (SPP), has been emailed to shareholders. Under the SPP, shareholders are invited to subscribe for up to $30,000 worth of full paid ordinary shares in the company. Hazer is a technology development company undertaking the commercialisation of the …
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Japan hydrogen export study begins

 ARENA has announced up to $2.17 million in funding to Stanwell Corporation to complete a feasibility study for a proposed hydrogen export project located in Gladstone, Queensland. A key challenge of producing cost-competitive green hydrogen by electrolysis is the high capital costs of equipment. Large export-scale projects have the potential to improve cost competitiveness due to economies …
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ARENA invests in Australia’s net zero future

The Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA) has launched its new investment plan that sets out how it will support technological innovation that will underpin Australia’s shift to net zero emissions. In line with the Australian Government’s Low Emission Technology Roadmap, under the new investment strategy, ARENA funding will be directed towards projects that commercialise clean …
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Woodside joins initiative to drive South Korean hydrogen bus

Woodside has joined five parties to establish the HyStation company, which aims to construct and operate hydrogen refuelling stations to service public transport bus fleets in South Korea. Woodside is the only foreign direct investor in HyStation from the energy sector, joining South Korean state-owned gas company KOGAS, Hydrogenic Energy Fund, Samsung C&T, Industrial Bank …
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WA Gov backs APA hydrogen pipeline

APA Group has received a $300,000 boost for its world-leading hydrogen research in Western Australia. The company’s research proposes to test the ability of 43-kilometres of Parmelia Gas Pipeline to carry up to 100 per cent hydrogen. Following promising results from the first phase of testing, the WA Government has awarded funding for the project under …
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Hazer hydrogen project faces delays

Hazer Group has advised that the commissioning of the Hazer commercial demonstration hydrogen project (CDP) will now be achieved in the first quarter of 2022 instead of December 2021. While most of the project items have remained on schedule, it has seen delays with the fabrication and supply of high temperature materials required for the …
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Fortescue powers up a future in hydrogen

Fortescue Metals Group plans to strengthen its vision to make renewable green hydrogen the most globally traded energy commodity in the world this financial year. Through the Fortescue Future Industries (FFI) initiative, the Pilbara iron ore producer intends to take a leadership position in the renewable energy and green products industry by harnessing the world’s …
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MHI, Primetals Technologies to advance hydrogen-based technologies

Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHI) Australia and Primetals Technologies have joined Australia’s Heavy Industry Low-Carbon Transition Cooperative Research Centre (HILT CRC) as key partners. The centre aims to develop technologies to decarbonise Australia’s heavy industrial sector, leverage the country’s natural endowments in mineral and clean energy resources and seize the opportunity of growing export markets for …
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